$189,900  3 Bedrooms / 3 Baths with one of the bedrooms and baths in the lower level. This unit is one of the best locations within the Stonebridge Condominium Community, perhaps the absolute best.  It offers a very private setting backing to woods and wetlands on two sides

Click "read more"  for more information and links to the listing details, photos, and a 360 tour this highly sought unit. 

The Federal Housing Finance Agency announced it would be increasing upfront fees on second-home mortgages and on mortgages that finance homes with balances that exceed standard conforming loan limits. The fees are expected to increase the purchase cost of second homes and homes in high-cost areas.

The new fees from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will take effect on April 1.

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2021 was an excellent year for Sellers and we expect it could be the same in 2022 considering the high demand we still have from buyers wanting to make Lost Lake Woods Club both a destination for vacationing, second homes, and year round primary residents as well.  However,  we may likely see less home sales due to the lack of inventory.  The year has started with pent up buyer demand driving prices even higher. 

Click the following link to view the Lost Lake Woods Club 2021 Annual Real Estate Report 

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all us if we can help answer your real estate questions as we service all of Michigan and many popular Florida destinations too. 

The purpose of Veterans Affairs (VA) home loans is to provide a pathway to homeownership for those who have sacrificed so much by serving our nation. As the Veterans Administration says of the program:

“The objective of the VA Home Loan Guaranty program is to help eligible Veterans, active-duty personnel, surviving spouses, and members of the Reserves and National Guard purchase, retain, and adapt homes in recognition of their service. . . .”

Many people have questions about home prices right now. How much have prices risen over the past 12 months? What’s happening with home values right now? What’s projected for next year? Here’s a look at the answers to all three of these questions.

Ranch Condo in Shelby Township adjacent to Stoney Creek Metro Park and just minutes from downtown Rochester.  Features 3-4 Bedrooms, 3 full baths,  a full finished walk out lower level that features a full kitchen and duplicate living spaces. 
Click Read more below to view the listing details and view a 360 tour of this beautiful condominium located in the Cascades, a Stoney Creek Condominium Community.    

Home Sales are projected to stay steady at Lost Lake Woods Club as we approach the beautiful fall colors and cooler termperatures in northeast Michigan.  
While second home markets tend to be seasonal, that has not been the case for Lost Lake Woods Club for over a year now.  With so many buyers wanting to purchase homes and the lack of inventory of homes, we expect success for sellers who want to sell during the upcoming winter months and beyond. 

4 Bedroom Ranch at Lost Lake Woods Club - $189,900

 Lost Lake Woods Club is a gated private community in the north. 10,000 acres of private access with 5 lakes, Clubhouse, beach area, hunting, golfing and much more.  

Looking for that home that doesn't require time, money, and work before moving in?  Move right into this 1,700 Square Foot split ranch with 2 spacious bedrooms and a full bath on each side of the home.....ideal for entertaining guests and family visitors.

Click on "read more" below for all of the listing details, photos, and a 360 tour. 

4128 Black Bear Trail

  Only $59,900 - Come Join the Club!  

 Lost Lake Woods Club is a gated private community in the north. 10,000 acres of private access with 5 lakes, Clubhouse, beach area, hunting, golfing and much more.  

This quaint cottage is situated on a great parcel, has received many quality updates in the past couple of years, with plenty of room to expand.

Click on "read more" below for all of the listing details, photos, and a 360 tour. 

Are Houses Less Affordable Than they were in Past Decades?

There are many headlines about how housing affordability is declining. The headlines are correct: it’s less affordable to purchase a home today than it was a year ago. However, it’s important to give this trend context. Is it less expensive to buy a house today than it was in 2005? What about 1995? What happens if we go all the way back to 1985? Or even 1975?

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